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Comprehensive Study on Constitution of India

Comprehensive Study on Constitution of India

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  • Author(s): C.K. Takwani
  • Brand: Whytes & Co.
  • Edition: 1st Rp Ed 2019
  • ISBN 13 9789380751535
  • Approx. Pages 507 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Legal education directly affects the country's Justice delivery system, understanding its importance. Indian legal system has started taking keen interest in strengthening this important field. All those connected with maintenance of standards of legal education must, therefore, be prepared to take hard decisions to make the situation better and ready to take on future challanges. A concerned effort on the part of Bar, the Bench and the law teachers is called for to improve the standard of legal education. The basis and reflection of any Democracy is in the depth of its Constitution. It is important because as it protects individual freedom, and its fundamental principles. The Constitution places the government's power in the hands of the citizens whereas it limits the power of the government and establishes a system of checks and balances. Most Constitutions seek to regulate the relationship between institutions of the state, in a basic sense the relationship between the executive, legislature and the judiciary, but also the relationship of institutions within those branches.
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Contents
Ch. 1      Administration of Justice
Ch. 2      Admissions
Ch. 3      Aggrieved Person
Ch. 4      Agreement
Ch. 5      Allotment
Ch. 6      Alternative Remedy
Ch. 7      Amnesty
Ch. 8      Appeal
Ch. 9      Appointment
Ch. 10    Caste Certificate
Ch. 11    Citizenship
Ch. 12    Civil Servants
Ch. 13    Compensation
Ch. 14    Competent Authority
Ch. 15    Compromise
Ch. 16    Construction
Ch. 17    Contempt
Ch. 18    Contract
Ch. 19    Contract Works
Ch. 20    Co-operative Societies
Ch. 21    Conviction
Ch. 22    Credibility of Judiciary
Ch. 23    Date of Birth
Ch. 24    Delay and Laches
Ch. 25    Demolition
Ch. 26    Detention Order
Ch. 27    Disciplinary Inquiry
Ch. 28    Disciplinary Proceedings
Ch. 29    Discretion
Ch. 30    Discrimination
Ch. 31    Disputed Questions of Facts
Ch. 32    Documentary Evidence
Ch. 33    Domestic Violence
Ch. 34    Double Jeopardy
Ch. 35    Duty of Court
Ch. 36    Duty of State
Ch. 37    Education
Ch. 38    Election
Ch. 39    Enquiry
Ch. 40    Examination
Ch. 41    Executive Order
Ch. 42    Expunction
Ch. 43    Extraordinary Jurisdiction
Ch. 44    Fair Trial
Ch. 45    Formation of State
Ch. 46    Freedom of Religion
Ch. 47    Freedom of Speech
Ch. 48    Fundamental Rights
Ch. 49    Genuineness of Certificate
Ch. 50    Good Governance
Ch. 51    Government Policy
Ch. 52    Grant of Divorce
Ch. 53    Grant of Pardon
Ch. 54    Habeas Corpus
Ch. 55    Honour Killing
Ch. 56    Human Rights
Ch. 57    Immunity
Ch. 58    Impleadment
Ch. 59    Inquiry
Ch. 60    Interpretation of Statutes
Ch. 61    Investigation
Ch. 62    Judicial Proceedings
Ch. 63    Judicial Review
Ch. 64    Judiciary
Ch. 65    Jurisdiction
Ch. 66    Legislative Competence
Ch. 67    Life of Liberty
Ch. 68    Locus Standi
Ch. 69    Mandamus
Ch. 70    Maxim
Ch. 71    Mining
Ch. 72    Modesty of Woman
Ch. 73    Monitoring
Ch. 74    Moulding of Relief
Ch. 75    Natural Justice
Ch. 76    Necessary Party
Ch. 77    Nagligence
Ch. 78    New Plea
Ch. 79    Order
Ch. 80    Pay Party
Ch. 81    Pension
Ch. 82    Personal Liberty
Ch. 83    Pleadings
Ch. 84    Power of Superintendence
Ch. 85    Precedents
Ch. 86    Preventive Detentions
Ch. 87    Promotion
Ch. 88    Protection of Fundamental Rights
Ch. 89    Public Interest Litigation
Ch. 90    Public Law and Private Laws
Ch. 91    Public Meetings
Ch. 92    Public Servants
Ch. 93    Punishment
Ch. 94    Re-Appreciation of Evidence
Ch. 95    Recruitment
Ch. 96    Registration
Ch. 97    Regularization
Ch. 98    Removal
Ch. 99    Re-Organisation of Law
Ch. 100  Removal from Post
Ch. 101  Reservations
Ch. 102  Retirement
Ch. 103  Right of Citizen
Ch. 104  Right of Liberty
Ch. 105  Right of Life
Ch. 106  Right of Privacy
Ch. 107  Right to Property
Ch. 108  Right to Religion
Ch. 109  Right to Trade
Ch. 110  Scholarship
Ch. 111  Selection
Ch. 112  Seniority
Ch. 113  Separation of Powers
Ch. 114  Special Investigation
Ch. 115  Special Leave Petition
Ch. 116  Speedy Trial
Ch. 117  State—Authority of   
Ch. 118  Supervisory Jurisdiction
Ch. 119  Suppression of Facts
Ch. 120  Suspension
Ch. 121  Tender
Ch. 122  Transfer
Ch. 123  Violation of Constitutional Provisions
Ch. 124  Writ of Certiorari
Ch. 125  Writ Petition
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